|Address:||Register 12808 Gran Bay Parkway Jacksonville, Florida 32258 USA|
|Hosting Plan||Features||Disk Space||Bandwidth||Price|
|Register Essential Shared||
|Register Premium Shared||
|Register Professional Shared||
|Register Windows Shared||
|Starter Ecommerce Hosting Shared||
|Standard Ecommerce Hosting Shared||
|Premium Ecommerce Hosting Shared||
Yes. The company is probably best known for its domain registration services, but it also sells hosting packages. It offers both sitebulder plans, and regular shared hosting.
Register.com offers both Linux and Windows-based web hosting.
Yes. However, you must choose a .com, .net, .org, .info or .biz domain. Your domain will be free for the first year.
No. You will only find shared hosting services and sitebuilder hosting at Register.com.
No. Register.com does not sell VPS hosting.
Hosting services are excluded from the Register.com money-back guarantee.
Yes, between the hours of 9am-midnight Monday to Friday, and 9am-10pm on weekends. It says that email requests will receive a response within 48 hours.
The company is based in New York City, NY in the United States.
No. There is no migration service.
If you need a website builder, you could consider the Do-It-Yourself plans, rather than shared hosting. These plans include a sitebuilder tool.
Shared hosting comes with a sitebuilder and one-click installers for applications like WordPress.
There's no information about security on the website.
It accepts credit card payments.
Yes. Linux hosting customers enjoy a 99.9% uptime guarantee. This figure is measured across all customer accounts, not any individual account. Other hosting types are not covered under this uptime guarantee.
No CDN is offered.
No. You can only sign up for yearly plans, and you will pay for the whole year at an introductory price up front. If you cancel after the first 30 days, Register.com will not provide a pro-rated refund.
All plans limit the number of emails you can create.
The company does not offer unlimited disk space. It does offer unlimited data transfer, with the usual fair use clauses.
The company does not provide special rates for students, non-profits, and schools.